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happens if hugo chavez and no longer lead. ear, huh? i'm not juice or fancy water. i've got nine grams of protein. that's three times more than me! [ female announcer ] ensure clear. nine grams protein. zero fat. in blueberry/pomegranate and peach. >>> welcome back, everyone. believe it or not, slavery still exists, very much so. it's here in the united states. and very much in existence around the world. christian students met in atlanta to push a global movement to end it. jim clancy tells us about their cause. >> reporter: more than 60,000 young christians from around the country and around the world held candles aloft in the frosty air. their own faces shined back at them from a massive cube set up outside the georgia dome. faces of those who have pledged to light up the world and put an end to human trafficking in their lifetimes. >> slavery is trapped in dark places all over the world. it's trapped here in atlanta. in the shadows. it's in the shadows in mumbai india. it's in the shadows in cam bode yo. it's in the shadows around the world in brothels and factories. 60,000 student
's good to see her smile. >>> venezuelan officials say that president chavez has severe respiratory infection that he's struggling to breathe now. he's in cuba. that's where he had cancer surgery last month. now, he was just re-elected in october for a third term, but now the venezuelans are wondering whether or not he will actually live to take the oath. our raphael romo has the story mplt. >> reporter: the medical condition of president hugo chavez recovering from cancer surgery in cuba is more serious than previously thought according to a top venezuelan official. >> translator: after the delicate surgery on december 11th, chavez faced complications as a consequence of a severe pulmonary infection. it requires him to strictly follow medical treatment. >> reporter: meanwhile venezuela is steaming are speculation. >> translator: sometimes it looks as if the president is well and other times not so much. honestly, we don't know what to believe. everyone is living in incertainty. >> reporter: the president left his country on september 10th for cancer surgery in cuba. he hasn't been
demand for spanish debt auction. >>> still to woman, venezuela's supreme court agreed to delay chavez's inauguration, but investors are still hoping for a change in the south american nation. nothing. are you stealing our daughter's school supplies and taking them to work? no, i was just looking for my stapler and my... this thing. i save money by using fedex ground and buy my own supplies. that's a great idea. i'm going to go... we got clients in today. [ male announcer ] save on ground shipping at fedex office. [ male announcer ] how do you make 70,000 trades a second... ♪ reach one customer at a time? ♪ or help doctors turn billions of bytes of shared information... ♪ into a fifth anniversary of remission? ♪ whatever your business challenge, dell has the technology and services to help you solve it. [ male announcer ] how could switchgrass in argentina, change engineering in dubai, aluminum production in south africa, and the aerospace industry in the u.s.? at t. rowe price, we understand the connections of a complex, global economy. it's just one reason over 75% of our mut
. but now a major decision may keep chavez in power for years to come. cnn paula newton is in the capital of caracas joining us now. what did the supreme court decide? >> reporter: the way they interpret the inauguration, he he doesn't have to be here tomorrow. it starts his new term even though he's not in the country. his vice president will be at the helm. the cabinet will be in place. they will continue to make decisions from the government. if hugo chavez could have crawled to his inauguration, he would have. he is that ill. he couldn't come in a wheelchair, he couldn't come in an i.v. he couldn't come with doctor and thursdays at his side. for that reason, though, the supreme court has made this determination that his term will start anyway. and, again, we don't know. we're in unchartered waters constitutionally and many worry what that will mean for the political road ahead. >> paula, thanks very much for that report. paula newton on the scene for us. we'll continue to monitor that story. >>> a great white shark is spotted off the florida coast but it's where it came from that may
, the latest from venezuela on president hugo chavez. we should get new information about his health in the next few days. >>> yards from the border with turkey, thousands of refugees are bracing for a cold and unforgiving winter. they have to pump byrne the trash to stay warm. as nick paint walsh found out, some children are digging out their own bomb shelter. >> reporter: they fled this far, almost to safety in turkey, but still they dig. to these boys dragged fast into manhood, it's not really a game. it's an air raid shelter. we make it so if the jets come and bomb us, he says, we put children here to hide them. but of course, we will make it much bigger for 20 to 30 people. the holes are so they can see outside when the bombs come, although they have already seen so much. we were sitting suddenly and the rocket comes, making this noise, he says, a big explosion, an artillery shell. here, 8,000 of them fled everything they had, hoping for something, but finding the new free syria could give them little. 100 yards from turkey, they are not allowed into its bustling camps. of cours
could hurt their chances. >>> the inauguration of venezuela president, hugo chavez is scheduled. he has been in bad health and it could be called off since his fourth cancer operation three weeks ago. >>> you can also find me on facebook. that's it for me. deb feyerick in for don lemon. have a great week! >>> hello, everyone. i'm deborah feyerick in for don lemon. a big announcement expected in you go wa. sources tell cnn that president obama will announce that chuck hagel is his nominee for secretary of defense. hagel has his share of critics, even within his own party. we'll have more on his expected nomination a few moments away. >> president obama signed into law today a $9.7 billion sandy relief package. the first legislative action. some were outraged after house speaker boehner canceled a vote on a much larger aid bill. sandy devastated parts of the northeast two months ago. lawmakers will consider a $51 billion aid package on january 15th. >> half of the residents of long beach, new york, remain homeless and still came out to say good-bye to a landmark. thousands witnessed the s
channels of communication with the venezuelan government and the absence of chÁvez. in 2002, chavez survived a coup that toppled him briefly. he has long asserted that coup was orchestrated by the united states. >> for more in venezuela, we're joined by michael shifter, president of the inter-american dialogue and an adjunct professor of latin american politics. from claremont, california, we're joined by miguel tinker salas, a professor of pomona college. born in venezuela, author of, "the enduring legacy: oil, culture and society in venezuela." his new book forthcoming is called, "venezuela: what everyone needs to know." michael shifter and miguel tinker salas, we welcome you both to "democracy now!" michael shifter, talk about what is not happening today, the inauguration, and what you feel needs to take place, which side you take. >> thank you very much. i think it is not a surprise the inauguration is not taking place today. i think president chun is clearly is very ill. i think there are going to be new elections. i think the government basically wants some time to figure out
'm thinking hugo chavez, who's going to be running the country, he's not well, why do you like this? >> first, venezuela's own fundamentals, you know, it's a socialist country. they waste a lot of money, but they have cheap oil, and they have a lot of it. so their ability and willingnesses to pay -- ashley: always there. >> yeah, it's always there, and spreads are generous. ashley: so you're not concerned about unrest, you know, political issues and unrest in general? >> well, you know, we're definitely watch events as they occur, but there is a chance that if there's a regime change, it could be good for the country, and that would really help our bonds. ashley: corporate asset classes, what are we talking about? >> we love em corporate asset class this year. they lagged a little bit the sovereigns last year, i think they're really going to do well. we like a little bit of, i mean, investment grade and high-yield both, we love russian corporates across the board. they offer generous spreads compared to their counterparts -- ashley: interesting, yeah. >> turkish banks. ashley: turkishbacks. >
to his safe return. >>> it is now confirmed that chavez will not be attending his inauguration. tomorrow is the big day but the 58-year-old president has been undergoing cancer treatment in cuba. so he can't take the oath of office in person. that has been raising questions about his legitimacy. the constitution isn't clear on whether the president can be sworn in on another day or who should be in charge in the meantime. the ruling has been issued by the supreme court there. he did leave for a fourth cancer surgery in cuba last month. he has since been battling a severe lung infection. the supreme court just in the last hour or so saying the inauguration can be postponed which is a window of opportunity to his many supporters. the opposition said that wasn't legal. the court has ruled. >>> a four-month heat wave in australia has sparked massive bush fires. we will look at how climate change is wreaking havoc down under. stay with us. ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] some day, your life will flash before your eyes. ♪ make it worth watching. ♪ the new 2013 lexus ls. an entirely new pursuit.
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